by Les Miller
Understanding wood is essential
for every woodworker.
Story: A Rising Star
The future of the craft is safe in the hands of
woodturners and cabinetmakers like Karen Blewden.
A brief glimpse of Bungendore Wood Works Gallery's Something
Timber & Working with Wood Show 2003
Les Miller predicts a big future
for the growing Canberra show.
Guide to Wood Finishes
Where to start when choosing a finish for your
Downie: Working Wonders with Wood
Totally blind, Andrew still enjoys
woodworking with the aid of some very clever tools.
Metabo KGS 1880 Plus Sliding Compund Saw
A happy 20th birthday to Woodgroup SA.
The varied marquetry work of Graham Artley.
Company Steps Up With Felder
by Neil Shulz
Neil shows you how to finish your scrollsaw
George shares his experiences of a recent woodturning tour of
the USA where he met many friendly, big-hearted and dedicated turners.
by Carol Rix
The new Vermec Mini-Lathe
Decorations for Christmas, Easter, Special Occasions, Parties or the Home
by Maricha Oxley
If you start now, you can have these carved decorations
ready for your tree this Christmas.
by Tom Manley
An excellent scollsaw project.
Swarf Maker's Guide to Making a Refectory-Style Table
by Steve Painter
The story of how this table came to be is as appealing as its design.
Fine Woodworking Mallet
by Keith Hudson
mallet is ideal for making dovetails.
and Carving a Fire Bellows (Part 2)
by Clive Price
finish carving your bellows, you will have made a valuable addition to your home.
by Carol Rix
Carol describes the method she has
developed for making these useful Potpourri hangers.
the Woodworker: Hardening and Tempering Tools
by Jim Hall
The know-how you need
to make your own woodworking tools.
Decorate Tea Trolley
by Cecil Judd
This project will put
your woodturning skills to the test.
Workshop Giveaway 2003
Trans Tasman Competition
Good Ideas & Short Cuts
a Lamp, Wooden 'T' Wingnuts
Complete Woodfinishing - Revised Edition
by Ian Hosker
Spielman's Original Scroll Saw Patterns
by Patrick & Patricia Spielman
Woodturning in Miniature
by Ian and Nina Wilkie
and Inlay Handbook
by Zachary Taylor